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When did ur morning sickness or nausea start?

26 replies

Corrinax · 08/03/2017 07:42

Nearly 9 weeks and i dnt feel any different, i just have the same feeling as when ur not pregnant when u havnt eaten at all!

What does it feel like and when did urs start? Either nausea or sick? Also i just feel normal except sore nipples every now n then i am so paranoid after my mmc i am driving myself crazy Confused

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SunnySomer · 08/03/2017 07:45

I never had any at all. Just change of appetite (felt hungrier and couldn't stomach coffee or fish).

Stickaforkinimdone · 08/03/2017 07:58

Mine has just started at 10 weeks....I feel wretched 😩🤢

Notyetthere · 08/03/2017 08:04

Mine started at 6 weeks and lasted till about 14 wks. My colleague at work didn't have any. She practically breezed through her whole pregnancy with just the occasional tiredness.

OhHolyFuck · 08/03/2017 08:13

DS1 - about 9/10 weeks, I was secretly so smug at how easy pregnancy was until then, then threw up every half an hour day and night for the next 25 weeks

Ds2 - about 10 minutes after conception! Was throwing up from before I got a positive test

DestinationSofa · 08/03/2017 08:28

4 weeks Envy

Applebite · 08/03/2017 08:46

Mine never did! I felt great throughout the entire first trimester, no tiredness, no sickness, no nothing.

Congratulations on your pregnancy :)

ineedwine99 · 08/03/2017 08:51

About 4 weeks until about 4 months. Urgh.
Congratulations OP Flowers

MerlinsBeard87 · 08/03/2017 08:54

6 weeks it started both times for me

ememem84 · 08/03/2017 08:55

Mine started at about 5 weeks. I'm 10 weeks now. And still can't work out whether I'm feeling sick because I'm preg or because I'm hungry. It's the same feeling.

ChilliMum · 08/03/2017 09:06

5 weeks for the actual vomiting but dh knew I was pregnant before I did as I complained repeatedly that something had gone off in the fridge, made him unscrew the pipes under the sink because I was convinced something was stuck as there was a bad smell and accused him of buying cheap coffee as the taste was off Grin second pregnancy so he recognised the signs. He suggested rather than buying extra bleach I should buy a pregnancy test Blush
If you have nothing be grateful and enjoy a lovely pregnancy ms is bloody awful.

ememem84 · 08/03/2017 09:09

I should add that I haven't yet (fingers crossed) been sick.

peaceloveandbiscuits · 08/03/2017 09:09

4/5 weeks until delivery. Count yourself lucky you don't have any sickness! Everyone is different.

10storeylovesong · 08/03/2017 09:32

With my first, 3+4 until delivery.

With this one I'm 10 weeks today and it started at 6 weeks. It's being managed with onandestron so only actually vomiting 2-3 times a day now.

GreedyDuck · 08/03/2017 09:34

It didn't with my dd. Not even a hint of nausea. It was a bit worrying at the time as I'd had a mmc previously, but in hindsight I'm really relieved.

silkpyjamasallday · 08/03/2017 10:51

Well 3 weeks of vomiting constantly and slowly coming to the conclusion I was not in fact suffering from a stomach bug, took a clearblue test - 3+ weeks pregnant. Scan confirmed I was 5 weeks at the point I took the test. Hyperemesis runs in the family though, on both sides!

joojoobean99 · 08/03/2017 12:17

7 weeks the nausea started and then it got severe at week 8 where I couldn't stomach eating anything at all. I'm 13 weeks now and still feeling terrible. Sad

Corrinax · 08/03/2017 12:20

Thanks for the replys i dont feel sick at all not sure if thats a good sign or not right now i dnt feel like im lucky for not having ms

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BeanBabies · 08/03/2017 12:20

Never had it! Although I got a little nauseous in the evenings just around my second trimester.

Trinpy · 08/03/2017 12:24

Mine started at 8 weeks with both dc but I know plenty of people who didn't have morning sickness at all.

You're probably just one of the lucky ones Smile.

Anatidae · 08/03/2017 12:24

Less than a week after conception, a few days before the positive test. I had hyperemesis and was sick upwards of 20 times a day for the whole pregnancy. It was a pretty grim experience.

Not everyone gets sick. Hopefully you won't suffer from it.

babyunicornvomit · 08/03/2017 12:33

No sickness until 11 weeks, awful nausea and tiredness from about 5-12 weeks, then sickness on and off til 17 weeks. 19+2 now and never been so happy just to feel 'normal' (still tired etc.), though I still feel nauseous on the bus and train.

LGY1 · 08/03/2017 13:01

I never had anything more than feeling queasy!
Baby perfectly fine.....also a sign of a boy apparently!
Did your mum get morning sickness? I asked my mum & my nana and neither of them did.

annlee3817 · 08/03/2017 14:02

I didn't have it, I had sore boobs and happily was asleep by 8.30 most evenings, but other than that I wouldn't have known I was pregnant. Being pretty much symptomless made me uneasy and I booked in for an early scan, all was fine, and I now have a 22 month old DD. I used to get irritated when people said that morning sickness was a good sign that the pregnancy would be successful.

mummabubs · 08/03/2017 19:17

Week 8.5 for me (still here at week 10). Nausea for the first couple of days and then being sick every morning since. I wasn't anxious before I started experiencing nausea as I know so many people who haven't had any nausea or sickness in pregnancy- my mum being one of them, totally fine for all three of us! No nausea doesn't mean no pregnancy Smile xx

HN42 · 08/03/2017 20:52

Started feeling sick most mornings around 6 weeks, started retching around 7 weeks, turned into sickness at 8 weeks and been throwing up pretty much every morning for about 9 weeks now. I think if you've made it this far without sickness you are probably one of those lucky people that doesn't get morning sickness. I was hoping for the same as my mum was not sick with any of her 3 pregnancies but I have been really ill, being pregnant with twins almost definitely hasn't helped with that though...

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